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>> everything she is doing is a publicity stunt. obviously she is working. she is in the news every day. and thanks to everyone who responded. >> have a great day. thanks to all you veterans out there for your sacrifices. >> "fox & friends" starts now. bye. >> good morning. it is monday, november 11. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. 10,000 people are feared dead after a typhoon in the philippines. -l this morning u.s. troops are on the ground henning piece together the damage. where is the storm headed next? stay here for details. >> days after a second-term winner, new jersey governor chris christie goes on an all-out media blitz slamming the obamacare debacle. >> anybody who has run anything in their lives could see this coming a mile away. >> more on the jersey governor's advice for the white house. like they'll listen. >> miley cyrus sparking
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more controversy at another awards show. >> you know, i couldn't put this award in my bag, but i did find this. so thank you guys very much. >> how her latest performance goes up in smoke. "fox & friends," new week, special day starts now. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> what a treat on this veterans day morning. you're waking up to the hell cats. it's an ensemble of buglers and drummers from the west point band. >> some of our favorite people from one of our favorite places on one of our favorite dates, to honor those who served this great nation. >> the official national celebration in observation happens in the 11th hour here on the 11th day of the 11th month at arlington national cemetery. of course you'll see that there. in the meantime we've got three hours of salutes for sacrifices our veterans made. >> just in time for veterans day the u.s.s. new york has come back to its namesake city to help honor and salute our heroes. >> joining us from inside the ship is our own maria molina. there's a lot of special reasons you're on u.s.s. new york.
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>> reporter: that's right. good morning, steve, list beths and brian and hello everyone on this veterans day. i am aboard right now a boat which is aboard the u.s.s. new york which is a war ship still in active duty right now. we are parked in the hudson river, which is along the island of manhattan. people can actually visit the boat today located on pier 88 until 4 p.m. eastern time. just today come out and visit. i'm with lieutenant brown. lieutenant brown you did give me battle rattle to wear and this has equipment on it? >> all mission essential equipment. >> the title of your squadron. >> coastal region squadron 4 in little creek, virginia. >> congratulations for all you do. i have command master chief isbell, correct? what does veterans day mean to you, captain? >> it means everything,
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about celebrating and honoring those who paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our country and our liberties. also about those who are serving today and those who will continue to serve. and new yorkers, all the sailors and marines in new york couldn't be happier to be here to help new york celebrate. >> you have something you want me to wear throughout the morning? >> on behalf of of the sailors and marines on board the u.s.s. new york i'd like to make you an official member of the u.s.s. new york crew. >> thank you so much. i'm going to wear this throughout the morning. steve, elisabeth, and brian, i have my official ball cap. let's send it over to you now. >> very nice. i'm a little concerned they make her work. don't you have to scrub the deck to prove yourself. are they going to be giving her tasks that will take away from her meet --
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meteorology background. >> it's great they would be here on this veterans day. in the meantime let's get to that fox news alert. while you were sleeping, u.s.s. marines arrive in the philippines. america's bravest helping with the relief efforts in the wake of the devastating typhoon that has left at least 10,000 people dead. david piper is live in bangkok, thailand with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. it was feared that vietnam was going to get hit next by typhoon haiyan. there was a massive evacuation from the coastline, some 200,000 people. but overnight the typhoon veered north and made landfall between the chinese and vietnamese borders. it does seem they have escaped the worst of it. but it seems we have a humanitarian disaster on our hands in the philippines at the present time. hundreds of thousands of people are in desperate need of food and medical supplies. typhoon haiyan struck the
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central philippines on friday packing winds of nearly 200 miles per hour. it left a trail of death and destruction in its wake. philippineo officials fear as many as 10,000 may have died in one city. it was struck by a storm surge caused by a typhoon. the airport was wrecked. the airport now is operational again and u.s. marines have arrived in a c-130 aircraft with supplies. president obama has vowed to help the philippines in their time of need and the u.s. military has already aircraft and ships available to help in the relief effort. meanwhile there are reports that 300 people have died on the nearby island of somar with another 2,000 missing. the philippine government is warning that the disaster is overwhelming and 100,000 people looking for food and water at this time and we do hear reports now of looting there. >> david piper live in thailand with the latest.
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that's terrible. >> on the sunday shows not death and destruction but politics as usual. no doubt about it, governor christie emerges from tuesday's election as the man most people are talking about because of his overwhelming victory in a blue state. the way he took the hispanic vote, the way he did a great job getting 32% of the democratic votes, leaving many to say what do you think about your buddy, president obama, and obamacare? >> he suggested earlier too that perhaps he should just level with the american people. take a listen. >> anybody who's run anything in their lives could see this coming a mile away. and that's why we didn't do a state-based health exchange. we didn't do it because we could see that this whole program was going to be a problem. and so the president's biggest problem right now is he's got to tell the truth. we've seen this in new jersey. i told lots of hard truths in new jersey that people didn't necessarily agree with but they give you credit for looking them in the eye and telling them the truth.
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let's get to that point. let's own up, tell the truth about what's going on. then he can worry about whether he can work something out to fix the problem. but if you're working out of a fantasy that these are not major problems that need to be fixed and need to be addressed, this is what lots of us have been saying all along about the fact that this was just too big for the government to handle. >> one of the problems for the president of the united states is in the past when his approval ratings have gone down people still have trusted him. unfortunately for him, since he has that mantra where if you like your health care, you can keep it. now we realize, wait a minute, he was not being truthful. you look at the fact that there is a report out over the weekend. 52 million americans in all, 52 million may wind up losing their health care. if you look at the great state of north dakota, so far 35,000 have lost their health care. and you know how many have signed up for obamacare? 30. 35,000 lost, 30 signed up. going the wrong direction. >> you're doing the math
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there. i do think chris christie suggested that he was the one who spoke with the president and said, hey, why don't you just level with the american people and apologize. his apology t have been enough. he, i think, is remarking on something you just alluded to, steve, which is a credibility deficit that i believe the administration right now may be facing. >> the "wall street journal" wrote about that today. they have personal admiration for the president but not when someone has problems with something like this. governor christie's advice is if president obama ran on 2012 you can keep your health care plan if i decide it's good enough for you, he would not have won. not only the democrats not running from obamacare in the case of debbie wasserman schultz, she believes when it is all said and done, in 2014 this thing is going to turn around and they're going to have success by embracing it. listen. >> the peace of mind that those americans are going to have knowing they can never be dropped or denied
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coverage for that preexisting condition, the preventive care available without a co-pay or deductible those are benefits americans have already been feeling and will increasingly feel as obamacare is fully implemented. i think democratic candidates will be able to run on obamacare as an advantage leading into the 2014 election. >> really? she does -- she thinks it's going to be a plus and then you look at the president of the united states, i don't think he was too worried over the weekend. he golfed his 150th round of golf at the same course in florida where they shot "caddie shack." >> if the president wants to turn things around, there is a plan coming out of the house called the keep your health care plan act. it's a way to save face and come together in a bipartisan way. let's see if the senate embraces it and it end up on the president's desk this week. >> right now we're going to be looking at heather nauert. do you have headlines? >> certainly do. hope you all had a nice weekend. it was a busy weekend in
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the news and this morning we are learning more about the organ animal sanctuary worker killed over the weekend by one of the cats she was caring for. we now know that 36-year-old renee chapman may have alone inside one of the cougar cages at the time of the attack. that would be a vie -- violation of the rules. a board member said she had a good rapport with the animals and it is protocol that two workers be in the cages at all times. a manhunt is underway in texas for two suspects after a house party in houston that was intended to celebrate a girl's 18th birthday erupted in gunfire. two high school students were killed and dozens were hurt. police say it was a party gone wild. >> someone discharged a firearm in apparent celebration of music.
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someone else who thinks it is important to carry a pistol to a birthday party shoots into a crowd. >> the host of the crowd had security on site and they were searching guests on the door. police say they believe the suspects may have entered the party through a back gate. this was a close one. while you were sleeping a 2,000 pound satellite heading to earth burning up upon arrival. experts say the debris probably landed in the ocean. the satellite ran out of fuel about two weeks ago turning it into space junk and putting it on a collision course with earth. >> it's beginning to look a lot like thanksgiving. check out these macy's day parade balloons undergoing a test flight. this year we'll have four new floats including sponge bob square pants. this is the 37th year snoopy has been a part of the parade. boy is that fun for kids.
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older folks too. if you're in the new york area, go to that parade. >> it depends on the window seat you get or how early you want to get up to sit on that curb. >> people are fighting for those spots on the curb and they get nasty too. >> you've got to bundle the kid up, go out early or go out the night before and look at the floats and balloons getting ready. >> it is now 13 minutes after the top of the hour on this veterans day. coming up, it is the white house's plan to fix the broken promises of obamacare but there's just one problem. it could send costs soaring even higher. that's the wrong direction. isn't it, stuart varney? >> apparently chicago is tired of looking up to new york. the they are looking for the
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the white house is considering a possible administrative change to obamacare. it will expand the number of individuals eligible for tax subsidies. will this quick fix cause long-term damage? stuart varney is here to fill us in. >> yes. >> in what way? >> because this possible fix, this reported fix would cost a great deal of money and the taxpayers would have to pay it. and therein lies a second broken promise. let me explain this one. the fix reportedly would mean giving more subsidies to far more people, especially those who have just been kicked off their plan. you subsidize them. you subsidize people making up to $50,000 a year. individuals. that would cost $1.2 trillion between 2014 and
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2019. $1.2 trillion. where's that money going to come from? >> it doesn't matter. the president will be out of office by then. >> where is that money going to come from? if that's written into the law, what are you going to do about that? you either borrow that money or you raise taxes for that money. and if you borrow that money you've broken another promise which is we won't add a dime to the deficit because of obamacare. >> when this whole thing was being debated, the c.b.o. comes out with numbers and says judging by the plan this thing doesn't add to the deficit. therefore the president has a stump spaoefplt now we find -- a stamp speech. now we find there will be additional subsidies needed. where's the accountability? >> we went into this in the first place trying to get the cost of medical care down, the whole reason for health reform. that's gone completely out the window. totally gone. the c.b.o. when they were saying it's going to cost x number of dollars they have to work on the information provided by the obama
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administration. their input came from the white house. it was fake. >> what do you think about all these waivers? don't you think that figures into the bottom line? when you waive it for one group, when you subsidize the union how do you expect the equation to be the same? >> this thing is going to cost a whole lot more money than we ever thought. you either raise taxes to meet that entire cost or borrow a whole lot more money. it is a disaster for america's finances going forward. period. a disaster. >> and we have to talk about quality of health care because you're not paying people as much, you're not going to get the quality. >> i think we'll end up twa twa -- with a two tier health care system. >> varney and company coming up at 9:20. often monday is your best shows. >> is that right? you're a keen student of my show? >> yes. i promo you. i try to have quality time together without those other two.
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quick headlines. four divers in italy busted after they were spotted looting the costa concordia. they were employees of the company that raised the
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ship off their side. they told the company they were looking for souvenirs. miley cyrus creating more controversy this morning. >> you know, i couldn't fit this award in my bag, but i did find this. so thank you guys very much. >> parents must be proud. she took a puff of what looked like a joint on the stage of manufacture -- on the stage of mtv's music awards in amsterdam. steve? >> it is one of the biggest film franchises in hollywood history. >> just in time for the holidays all five twilight movies are out on d.v.d. and blue ray for those fans who can't get enough. >> it's about time. i promise to love you every moment forever. if you do me the extraordinary honor of marrying me.
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>> yes. >> okay. meanwhile some of twilight stars with michael tammero. explain to people this is about vampires; right? >> the whole supernatural conundrum. >> the kids love this stuff. >> it's been a year since the last movie came out, and it's left an indelible mark on hollywood and how they do business. they're calling it the twilight effect. billions of dollars in sales worldwide. it is the first time hollywood executives that young girls will plunk down money for the success of a movie. >> they have this exhibit at planet hollywood in the d.v.d. and blue ray give-away which has new footage? >> hours of new footage.
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for the fans who can't get enough they can see all the memorabilia from the movie, bella's wedding dress, jacob's sneakers. we caught up with the stars last week and asked them what was it like being hafrt this huge success -- being part of this huge success? >> pretty amazing. five years went by very, very fast because we were like shaogts and then going to -- we were like shooting and going to premiere. i can't believe it's been five years. >> it's taken time to have real perspective on the thing. we were so consumed for awhile constantly doing something with the film. >> twilight had its innocence, its purity. we were a bunch of actors coming together making a film. we hoped the audience would like it. we didn't know there would be this insane frenzy. >> if you go through your twilight withdrawal for 60 bucks you can spend ten hours watching all five
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very nice. >> honey, i shrunk the flute. no, that's a pick -- p i c cillo. >> we have the founder of the american eagle foundation here. welcome back. >> good morning, al. good morning, challenger. >> thanks for having us. what an incredible day to have challenger come. i mean, you speak so well about what he represents. >> that's right. he's the symbol of our freedom in this country. a lot of men and women have bravely fought and died in some cases for those freedoms, so it's an honor to bring him around the country and show him to the
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american people, do pictures with veterans and armed forces people. we're headed to nashville to do a titans game here in the next couple days and then we go to houston to do a texans game all to honor the veterans and our troops. >> challenger will fly across the field >> for the national anthem. >> the titans will be a little aggravated. eagles lost to the jaguars. you're going to have to pick up their spirits there. >> we do a game there every year. it is a great place to fly an eagle. >> you see eagles on television or in a book or something like that, but to actually be this close to him it's just awesome. he is so fierce looking. >> that's right. everybody we do pictures with, that same word comes out of them. awesome, amazing. >> how did the bald eagle become our national bird? >> during the second continental congress the founding fathers were trying to decide what animal they were going to use to symbolize the
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country. ben franklin wanted the turkey. they told him to fly a kite. >> does challenger have trouble in the wild? >> he is not dough mess indicated but -- domest i cated but he would have trouble in the wild. >> if people want to donate to your organization? >> we have an eagle nest in florida that we have a camera on. people can go to we're going to have eggs laid any day and eagles will hatch out probably before christmas. >> romeo and juliet. >> the kids and i will be watching. >> the cameras are amazing. >> have a safe trip home. thanks for bringing him. >> thanks, al. >> we go from the eagle to
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the eagle eye news gal. >> good morning to you. that is a magnificent bird, isn't it? the f.b.i. taking down a real life bonnie and clyde duo, a husband and wife arrested accused of robbing 13 banks in florida and two in alabama. investigators believe the two have been committing crimes since last december and used disguises and notes in order to demand money. they are facing federal charges. if they are convicted they can face up to 20 years in federal prison. the windy city is now fighting the world trade center's tallest building title. the rules state that the sp i res on top of the building can count toward the height. the world trade center spire went through design changes and that may disqualify it from being the tallest building. if that is the case the chicago willis tower will
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be the tallest in america. >> malala was shot by the taliban and she lived to tell the story but her book has been banned in private schools in pakistan. it's receiving a lot of criticism from her native country. education officials there claim she represents the west and her memoir doesn't show enough respect for islam. >> there are regular push-ups and there are flying push-ups. look at this. that looks painful. there is a fitness guru guy. his name is iran monkey. -- his name is iron monkey. this flying pushup is done using boxes stacked four and a half feet high. this one might be a world record. kind of interesting to show
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you today. >> i couldn't do one. >> why would you want to? >> hasselbeck could. >> no. i'll try it later. >> stack up some books. 24 minutes before the top of the hour. sunday means nfl book. football. a look back at the best. brees lost to the jets, his fourth touchdown of the game. they go on to win 42-17. they win the game 49-17. the ravens hosting cincinnati. this catch of the day watch close. it is about the tip. if you're going to tip the ball, tip it down they say. easier said than done perhaps. >> unbelievable. caught by a.j. green in
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overtime. the bengals would go on to win by a final score with a win over the baltimore ravens 20-17. that's a quick look at what's happening in the world of sports. george washington's secret six is out. last night i had a party for everybody who helped me out in long island. there's my cousin charlie who is the funniest guy i ever met. so many other people showed up including peter king. that is my coauthor don yeager. that is bernadette smith. there's john vendetto. there i am at the microphone because i don't talk enough for a living. and it was fun. that guy in the back used to play for the buffalo bills and kansas stay chiefs. i graduated with him. >> what a fantastic group. >> it was fun.
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i have a couple of signings this one will be tomorrow at 7. thursday i'll be in steve doocy's extension of his house at book ends in ridge wood, new jersey. >> fantastic. i'm going to drop by. >> meanwhile? >> from personal care items to candy to thank you notes, volunteers keep our heroes strong by sending them pieces of home. >> operation shoe box is a nonprofit that sends care packages in shoe box-size boxes to troops around the world. >> janice dean is in florida where it started. good morning to you, j.d. >> reporter: good morning, we are at the villages. ♪ the villages these volunteers are packing operation shoe boxes that go to troops all over the world. if there are troops there,
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operation shoe box is there to pack items they need. the troops love it. mary harper started this organization ten years ago, and all of these volunteers come kwrefrp monday to the -- come every monday to the villages to pack these wonderful care packages. it is such a heartwarming story for veterans day and mary harper is here and lieutenant colonel ricksby. mary, let's talk about how this get started ten years ago. >> my kids were deployed in iraq and there was a need to get stuff over to them. i went and got shoe boxes and the people in the community to help us and that's where it all began in my living room. today we're here with amazing million packages. >> we're going to pack the millionth care package today. we've got 8,000 of these boxes to get through. we're going to do it. lieutenant colonel rixy, tell us what operation shoe box means to you? >> firsthand i've received packages in three different
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locations from operation shoe box and it's a connection back to home. not every soldier receives care packages from home, letters or whatever. and when you get a chance to open that package and there's just something, even if it's just poetry, there's always a little card like this somebody will send you, that was sent to me in afghanistan, it's a connection to home. and it really is, it really is a morale booster. it kind of seems simplistic but it is a real morale booster knowing somebody is sending something to you and still thinking about what you're doing. >> thank you, mary. thank you for doing this. we're going to be here all day long at -- ♪ the villages ♪ we are going to pack the millionth package sometime today. we're going to dip in, come to you at fox when we do this. it will be a momentous occasion for the troops. thank you for all you're doing. back to you in new york. >> all right, j.d., thank
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you very much. mary's five kids and son-in-law deployed at the same time so operation shoe box she started. if you would like to help, not only do they need stuff to put in shoe boxes but they would take cash, donations as well to pay for those million boxes. >> so many kids love doing. it has huge meaning for those on the other end. >> go to our website and find out more. >> she was just doing her job. now a fox news reporter might be forced to reveal her sources or face jail time. the judge with where this case stands today. walking in right now with some answers. >> all rise. here comes napolitano. parents forget lullabying your kids to sleep. how does this bruno morris song sound? soothing? we'll explain. ♪ ♪ ♪
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in 2012 fox a shocking twist to the aurora massacre investigation, the accused killer james holmes sent his psychiatrist a note before his rampage. this week a panel of judges will rule whether the reporter must appear in a colorado court after being subpoenaed to reveal her sources. winter could wind up in jail. joining us is fox news senior judicial analyst judge andrew napolitano. what she revealed was there was a notebook james holmes sent to his psychiatrist that told how he was going to kill people. >> right. she didn't produce the notebook but she had sources who told her of the existence of the notebook now his sources want to
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know -- his lawyers want to know who the sources were. his lawyers want to argue that whoever her sources were probably in their view, somebody in law enforcement, violated the gag order and, therefore, broke the law and we have the right to know about that. jana, on the other hand, is holding up the colorado shield law which says that you have a right to sources and you don't have to reveal your sources unless the people who want to know the sources or can't find them by any other means. guess what? those means in colorado can include going to jail, so she filed another lawsuit in new york where she lives. she works upstairs with the rest of us. where she lives, where she works and where she presumably did her work in this case because in new york you cannot be put in jail for the refusal to reveal your sources. today a panel of judges in new york will decide whether or not she has to be forced to go to colorado where she will go to jail or whether she can stay in new york where she can't go to jail.
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>> if she is ordered by this panel to reveal her source, that has a chilling effect on journalism. >> it absolutely does. the first amendment presumes journalists can have certain tools and among those tools is you give me this information, steve, and i will never reveal who you are. that is the promise winter made to her sources. i spent a lot of time with her. she is a first-rate reporter and she has said to me she will never reveal who her sources are, meaning if she's sent to colorado she will go to jail. there is no time limit on how long she goes to jail. it's not a sentence. it's you're going to go to jail until you decide to reveal your sources. >> our colleague judith miller wound up going to jail for how many days? >> judith's case was different. what they did to her was reprehensible. judith was in jail for 85 days and after she got out it turned out we learned the prosecutors already knew the information they put her in jail to try to get her to cough up.
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what the prosecutors did to her was reprehensible. we don't know what defense lawyers in colorado know or they don't know but we do know they persuaded the judge to put winter in jail if she doesn't cough up her sources? >> are they trying to punish her or the sources? >> they want to punish the source. if she goes to jail it weakens the first amendment for all of us. she is the one who will suffer but all of us in this business will suffer because of this. >> if she promised her source she will not reveal her identity and told you she will not do that she could wind up going to jail for how long? >> until the court decides that keeping her there is no longer going to change her mind. you know what the rule of thumb is on that? 18 months. this is for a crime not committed. this is going to impair the public's right to know because sources will clam up when reporters start going to jail. >> just not right. we're going to be watching.
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judge napolitano, thank you very much. >> you're welcome, steve. >> all right. what do you think about that? please e-mail us friends at tpobgz -- ladies, listen up. a little lipstick can go a long way. how lipstick can make all the difference when it comes to the relationship of your life. i don't know. pucker up. we'll explain. ♪ ♪
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>> how far do you expect this to go? >> i believe this will go to the supreme court. there have been five rulings, three in favor, two supporting the mandate or at least not intervening. the court is going to have a conference on two of those cases later this month. we should know the first of december whether or not the court takes it up. i think they will. >> okay. obviously a debate over whether the owner of a company can speak up and voice their personal beliefs versus the corporations themselves. we want to thank you for your service. it's an honor to have you here today. you know, we're talking a
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lot about religious liberties. there seems to be sort of a pushback in terms of what our military members can express in terms of their beliefs. what's your take? n this administration has not confined their attack on religious liberties simply to the workplace. it's really started in the military. this administration, obama administration, i believe, all evidence would suggest they're on a search and destroy mission as it pertains to religious liberty. we over the last three years have been cataloging a number of cases, working with about 20 different organizations. in fact, we have those listed at and testimonies, identities hidden for obvious reasons of members of the military who personally experienced this. you think about this, these are the men and women who are putting their lives on the line -- >> like you. >> to forget our freedom and theirs are being taken away. there is something fundamentally wrong. >> and protect the religious freedom of others. >> our other countries and ours. having ban veteran, i understand
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at every phase of military engagement, whether you're in training or whether you have been in combat, the religion and the ability to work through difficult issues is extremely important. >> why do you think the administration wants this fight, or do they? >> i think this administration has a very narrow view of the first amendment, that first freedoms the freedom of religion. i think they see religious freedom as fine with it, as long as it's within the four walls of a church. but if it comes into the workplace, the marketplace or comes into the public square, it's not welcome. but the reality is the founders saw us with an aggressive ability to live our lives according to our faith. that's why the pilgrims came here. >> tony, we thank you fort awareness on this. the web site? >> >> one hour. chris christie's sunday blitz, how did it do? he included some advice for the president. we'll have donald trump weigh in on the weigh and the advice he
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good morning. today is monday, november 11. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. the united states marines deployed to the disaster zone as 10,000 people are feared dead after a typhoon tore through the philippines. we are live with the latest. allall right. has the united states gone soft on a nuclear iran? three prime minister netanyahu and john kerry not exactly on the same page. even the french can't get on board with us. chris christie's sunday show blitz and his advice for the white house, tell the truth. so what would donald trump tell the president? that's going to be good. he joins us live in moments on this veterans day. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now.
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welcome aboard. it is veterans day on this 11th day of the 11th month. it is a federal holiday. it's observed all across the country as we salute our men and women who served. more on that in a moment. first, a fox news alert on this monday. new video in "fox & friends" from the philippines. all these children now homeless after the devastating typhoon that left at least 10,000 people dead. this morning u.s. marines are on the ground helping to piece together the area. >> that's right. david piper is live in bangkok, tie land, with the very latest. good morning, david. >> good morning, everybody. yes. president obama has vowed that america will come to the aid of the philippines in its time of need. as you said, some u.s. marines are now at the center of the devastation helping the people there and also u.s. ships and aircraft are being used in a massive relief operation. now, it was feared that vietnam
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would be hit next by the typhoon. a mass evacuation was launched and it seems to have missed the worst of it and the typhoon made landfall between vet familiar and china and downgrade to do a tropical storm. it's turning into a humanitarian disas in the philippines of the hundreds of thousands of people are in desperate need of food and medical supplies. the typhoon struck on friday, packing winds of nearly 200 miles per hour. it left a trail of death and destruction in its wake. philippino officials fear as many as 10,000 people may have died in just one city. it was struck by a storm surge caused by the typhoon. houses were demolished and the local airport was wrecked and also we are hearing now that perhaps as many as 2,000 people are missing on the island of samar. back to you in the studio. >> david piper, thank you very much. the rest of today's headline, we'll head to heather
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nauert. good morning. >> good morning. great to see you and hope everyone is off to a good day. this morning we're learning more about the organ animal sanctuary worker killed bay wildcat she was caring for. we know 36-year-old renee chapman may have been alone with one of the cougars at the time of the attack and that would be a violation of the safety rules. this protocol that two workers be inside the cages at all times, chapman had been head keeper for the past eight years. a board member says she had a good rapport with the animals. police in italy arresting four divers after they were spotted looting the ship wrecked costa concordia. cops say they were employees of the money that raised the ship off its side. they were caught red handed on surveillance video at 1:30 in the morning. they were carrying a sack with the ship's emblem on it and the suspects reportedly told the officers they were just looking for a few souvenirs and had no
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intention of taking anything expensive. okay. making the right first impression is critical, right? it turns out the ladies could use a little lipstick and that could make a huge difference. a scientist found imperfections distract the brain and as a result, a person's social appeal is reduced. for those who wore make-up, they're seen as more likeable, attractive and competent. those with thick women were thought of the same and those with nothing, not at all. i don't know about you, but at work no make-up. >> what about the men who wear thick make-up because they're working on tv? >> you mean you and brian there? >> on weekends i like to wear make-up, just 'cause. >> a little mascara? >> that's right. >> thank you. >> see you later. joining us, a man that needs no make-up, donald trump. welcome back. >> welcome. >> chris christie dominated the
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sunday shows. you love watching. you love politics, care about the country. he told the president, be honest with the american people. is that good advice? >> he was not honest and then he apologized and i was actually in moscow, russia and i heard about this apology and everybody over there was laughing about it because he deceived the people. he got obamacare passed. had the people known how bad it was, with losing their policy, people being wiped out, now they can't even get them. they don't even want them, they can't even get them. he totally lied. he therefore got his obamacare passed. had congress known this, even the democrats would have voted against it. i think you'll see democrats turning against obamacare pretty soon because otherwise they're going to be losing elections left and right. so he lied and then he said oh, i apologize. and i say give may break. and i can tell you, in moscow they were laughing about it. >> should the republicans try to fix it or should they sit back and watch it?
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>> i don't think it's fixable, number one. i think the whole thing with the web site is a disaster. i know a lot about web sites, you got to rip it apart. you can't just fix it. you have to start all over again. it's too complex and it's too crazy. you've got to start all over. now i hear they're up to a billion dollars on a web site. i had web sites all over the place, if i pay $3, i'm paying too much. i get angry with my people. here they have a billion dollars for a web site and they just hired the same company that gave this terrible web site to fix it and they're paying them tens of millions of dollars! how stupid are these people? >> right. it's almost a reward for not getting it right the first time. >> they're making a lot of money. that company, you ought to buy their stock, because somebody is a great salesman. i think i'm going to try to hire the salesman of that web site because they can sell anything if they can sell that garbage company. >> talk about selling, debbie
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wasserman-schultz said the democrats are going to run on obamacare. they're going to use it to run in the 2014 elections. your thoughts? >> i think if they coo that, they'll have a -- i know many democrats and many, many. i come from new york and i have great relationships, republicans and democrats. they're petrified of what's going on with the obamacare. first of all, it looks grossly incompetent because of the web site. aside from everything else. but losing these policies left and right and people were totally satisfied with their health care and now they don't have any. and it's not even a question of price. if they paid three times as much, they can't get it. and it's a disaster. so i think if schultz does say that, i think she's going to lead them right down to the road to destruction. i mean, people -- i've been saying a long time, i think obamacare will ultimately fall of its own weight. and i think the republicans have to be very smart. they have to sit back and watch 'cause lots of bad things are going to happen and i think a lot of democrat, certainly the ones on the fence in close elections, they'll switch over
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and go against it. they'll have no choice, unless they don't mind losing an election, which can happen. >> one of the awful things that's happening right now are these con men and scam artists. i read a report in the "wall street journal" of the "washington post" today about how people are going up to doors, knocking on the doors of the elderly saying i'm from the government and i'm here to help, which is, of course, something famous that ronald reagan said once upon a time of the but these are scam artists. we're talk being identity theft and from here on out, it's just going to get worse because people are so confused. >> it's unbelievable what's going on of the you'll have a -- >> you'll have a lot of people make a lot of money with scams and we have no protection with the computer system. no protection on the internet because the web site is so pathetic. what i have heard they're going to do is especially up the web site. they can't make it work. so they're going to open it up, take away all checks and balances so that people can just go, and anybody can go on. >> great. >> that's going to be a much bigger disaster 'cause then
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you'll have anybody go on, people that aren't supposed to go on and the reason they're doing this is because there is no way they know how to forget because the web site is -- how to protect because the web site is such a farce. >> i want to bring you to the iran situation. five plus one get together, good guys go against iran, the bad guys. now iran suddenly wants to do. i want you to hear the deal that secretary of state john kerry was getting set to sign. thankfully the french stood up and it began to fall apart. but netanyahu was saying we can not be going down this path. listen. >> we are not blind and i don't think we're stupid. i think we have a pretty strong sense of how to measure whether or not we are acting in the interest of our country and of the globe and particularly of our allyies like israel and gulf states and others in the region. >> this is a huge change from the pressure that was applied on iran through the effective sanctions regime which brought them to the table in the first
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place. in other words, iran gave practically nothing and it gets a hell of a lot. that's not a good deal. >> the french stopped this deal from going down thankfully! now it's on pause. >> he said, we're not blind or stupid. well, i don't think we're blind, okay. but i will tell you this, we are negotiating so poorly. first of all, we've weakened the sanctions. they've gotten us there and we've very substantially weakened the sanctions because iran told us that would be a good sign of good faith. give me a break. look, i predicted a long time ago that because of the fact that we have people that have no idea how to negotiate, we'll end up going to war with iran, which is unfortunate because it's so much money, so many lives. i'm talking lives on both sides and i'm a very militaristic person. you know that very well. but we will end up going to war with iran because we have people that don't know what the hell they're doing and we can make a
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better deal -- better deal. i'm not talking about a deal. we can make better deal through negotiations. you know, this could happen. so whether they want to prove their manhood because everything they do is such a failure. every single thing that this administration and our president does is a failure. perhaps this is a great way of showing his manhood. we have a great problem in this country. we have no leadership whatsoever. >> it's an ugly situation. let me tell you what's not an ugly situation. miss universe crowned in russia and you were there. what can you tell us? >> i was in moscow and i was in russia and they tweeted me so fantastically. i met so many incredible people. the winner from venezuela is absolutely incredible. she was absolutely incredible winner. and i'll tell you who was also a winner was steven tyler. it was the greatest ending to a pageant that anybody has ever seen. steven tyler got up, he did a number that was incredible and
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i'm telling you, one of the great endings to any show that anybody has ever seen. got a standing ovation in moscow by thousands and thousands of people in the auditorium. it was great. she's coming to new york. you know what i have to do? i think i'll send her to your show. >> please, do. >> i'd like to have her go on the show. she's a fantastic woman and truly great beauty. >> i read that she's a tv anchor on a channel in venezuela. so she'll be right at home here. donald trump, after a very busy weekend in moscow, thank you for joining us live. >> thank you very much. have a good time. >> thank you. coming up, branson, missouri, celebrating in a big way. oliver north joins us next. then, there is a 2000-pound satellite speeding toward the earth's surface and today there is an update on its collision courts. ♪ ♪
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it is veterans day and 40,000 vets are pouring into branson, missouri. today the city wraps up a week of festivities is a sleuthing our men and women in service. joining us is colonel oliver north n branson, along with some very special guests. good morning, ollie. >> steve, they really are very special guests. this is branson, missouri, veterans central for the united states. it's just like america. the america that many of us grew up with, kind of norman rockwell. i'm surrounded by veterans. some 40,000 will be in the parade and the celebrations
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later on with tony orlando and a great presentation and bass pro shop out there. we're having a wonderful time. let me chat with some of our veterans going back to world war ii, jerry. tell us how you came into the service. >> i joined way back before the end of world war ii and went to okinawa. i was recalled fourscore where and served -- for korea. i served a year. >> what does veterans day mean to you? >> it gives me a chance, again, to bring home how important the veterans and those that gave their lives so we could be free and freedom, we don't want to lose it ever. it is so important. >> freedom is not free. you're absolutely right. a woman marine. >> right, i joined the marine
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corps because my brother and sister were in the marine corps. >> a family thing? >> yes. >> where did you serve? >> quantico, virginia. >> tell me what veterans day means to you. >> veterans day means freedom for all because of those who have served and those who are presently serving and those who died. >> bless you. united states navy. vietnam? >> roy johnson from chicago, illinois. i served in move at the time field, california, worked on p 3's, patrol squadrons and served in okinawa and vietnam. veterans day means an opportunity to thank my fellow vets, the men and women that we served alongside and who are responsible for what we are now, our freedom, just great to see them all. >> representing 40,000 who will be here today, the 23 million americans who have served in uniform and those who served today because we still have over
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50,000 americans in harm's way in the shadows of a hindu push. these are all representatives of the heartland of america. back to you. >> ollie north, where they're expecting 40,000 today for the big parade and really roll out the red carpet. a lot of the restaurants have discounts and some freebies. it will be a great day. great reunion of. thank you. 20 minutes after the top of the hour. a six-time felon tried to force his way into their apartment, so they pulled out a legally owned gun. now their college wants to kick them out for violating a policy? is that fair or foul? a fair and balanced debate is coming up next. who is breaking into my backyard? one woman's sting operation unveils this. it's a bear. wait 'til you see his escape. ♪
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here is your news by the numbers. first, 2,000 pounds. that was the weight of the satellite that fell to earth where we are overnight. scientists say it mostly burned up on reentry somewhere in antarctica. i'll look for it tomorrow. next, 180,000, how many pounds of prepared grilled chicken salad from glass onion catering being recalled due to e.coli outbreak. they're sold in stores lake traders joe, whole foods and wall green. and finally, $86.1 million. that's how much "thor" debuted at the box office this weekend, making it the number one movie in america. that's our country. right, elisabeth? >> right, brian. gonzaga, university putting these two seniors on probation
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for using a hand gun to ward off an intruder at their off campus apartment. but they had a legal permit for that gun, so does the punishment fit the so-called crime? here for the debate, criminal defense attorney and david schwartz, attorney and former prosecutor. thanks for being here this morning. certainly hot button issue over at gonzaga number these guys use a gun, they had a permit for it. person comes in, intruder comes in, a felon, looking for cash. they defend themselves and now they're in trouble? how is that the case? >> that's unfortunately the circumstance. the school has a policy that says no weapons on campus. these students were in an offcampus apartment that they rented from the university. the law here is not in con -- you can't reconcile the law with this school's policy because they were defending themselves. these students have a right to defend themselves. our united states supreme court says that self-defense is a natural right. so this college, this jesuit
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college, which teaches rerearence to the natural law, has no more authority to interfere with it than our government does. >> you're shaking your head, david. >> it's so cut and dry. this is a private college that has a private policy and it doesn't just count for on campus activities; it counts for housing, campus-owned housing. this is clearly a campus-owned house. the handbook is very clear. you can not possess a handgun on this property. it's not like they're being criminally charged here. the school is going to take action. and one of the actions, they could be expelled. >> that's the point. they have not violated any state or federal laws, neither criminal nor civil. they were risking expulsion from their college, fourth year seniors at the university, for having a gun, protecting themselves when a six-time convicted felon showed up at their door. why isn't the school doing a
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better job protecting their students and then reprimanding them for defending themselves? >> she's great lawyer but 100% wrong? >> how so? >> because it's a private school. fox news could set policy. they could set a policy, can't bring a handgun into new york. it's the same thing. you can't bring a handgun in and if you violate the rule of the private school, you have to face a penalty. >> these are two young men, two college students, the intruder wanted cash. what if -- i know you dewpoint like to do the what if, but what if these were two female students and that felon happened to be a convicted rapist what, if that felon wanted more than money, what we be having this debate? >> i think it's oranges and apples. if the school can't properly protect its students, that's another story all together. they should be sued for that. there is no question about it. but when you are looking at this limited circumstance, there is certainly a public policy not to allow students to possess handguns on campus or in housing
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and these students environmented that policy and -- violated that policy. >> i respect david very much. he's an excellent attorney action but i think he's got it wrong because if this student did not come down the stairs with his gun, we could be having a completely different conversation. this convicted felon could have attacked the students. they could have been injured or hurt because let's remember, the law treats these two students as victims. so that the school would be punishing them for protecting themselves. it's completely contrary to our criminal and state laws. >> i agree with that, but this is mob of a global debate on the right to possess a gun, the second amendment. there is so many issues here. but the bottom line is there is a policy in place. it was violated. there needs to be punishment. >> but our united states supreme court said you have a natural right to defend yourself. >> under limited circumstances. >> a great debate here for sure. the president of the university saying he wants to have a more
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thoughtful conversation about it. so the two of you are on the game. let us know what you think on twitter on twitter and facebook. coming up, four americans killed and so far the suspects in the benghazi attack aren't on the government rewards list. this mornings there is a big update and we've got it up next. plus, he lost friends on 9-11. this new york city firefighter on a mission to help veterans, how you can help. ♪ ♪ mine was earned orbiting the moon in 1971.
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headquarters on veterans day. >> lot of people saying, where is maria? shouldn't she be out there? where is maria? >> she's on the uss new york for veterans day. good morning, maria. >> hi, good morning. that's right. aboard the uss new york. we are right now at pier 88 on the hudson river in manhattan, new york. anyone can come visit the ship today until 4:00 p.m. eastern time. this is actually an active military warship. this is on active duty with the u.s. navy and this is also known as an amphibious assault ship. i actually have command master chief isabel. thank you for joining us this morning and thank you for being with us here on this veterans day. we do want to know what an amphibious assault ship really is. >> it's a ship that's capable of delivering marines, equipment, and supplies anywhere in the world when needed. >> that's right. and the ship's namesake actually came from the tragic events of 9-11, correct?
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>> that's right. our ship's crest has a phoenix on it and that represents rising from the ashes of that tragic day. we also had 7 1/2 tons of steel in the bow of the ship which also represents leading the way and cutting through the water. that's that section of the ship that cuts through the water and that's what our heros did on that tragic day. >> that really is. being someone that's from south florida, as a little girl, i always wanted to come to new york and see the twin towers, see the world trade center. so knowing that a piece of those towers is here with us is really a very special feeling. besides the full range military capability that this ship can do, it can also accomplish other missions as well. correct? >> that's right. like i said, we can deliver many times needed supplies. we can do a full range things as humanitarian efforts. >> some of the classes of ship actually assisted with super storm sandy here in the new york city area as well. on this veterans day, we want to give a salute to all our
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veterans out there. let's go, hooya. all right. back to you, steve, elisabeth and brian. >> thanks. we love the sound of that. thanks to everyone for their service. heather nauert is here. good morning. you have some headlines. >> that's right. a lot of great parades goes on around the country as well. >> great. >> got some headlines to bring you. here is a question so many are asking, why is the state department not using one of the government's most successful programs in order to hunt down the suspects in the benghazi terrorist attack? >> lawmakers say they are done waiting to find this out. they're now demanding that secretary of state john kerry turn over all documents that show whether the state department considered placing the wanted terrorists on the rewards for justice program. that program offers cash for tips on wanted suspects. a hungry bear picks a florida family's home to find some snacks again and again and again. what does the family do? they put up surveillance video
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after they find their gates are bents and open garbage cans. all kinds of mess. so when they finally watched the video, they saw the bear destroying their trash cans. >> and then we went to the laundry room like immediately and looked out the window and he was just laying there, just eating the garbage. >> so after the bear was done, it walked back through the gate. forget the traditional lullaby, parents are singing pop songs to try to put their babies to sleep. ♪ you're amazing just the way you are ♪ >> kind of sweet. there is a new study out that found this hit song "the way you are" by bruno mars is taking over from rack a bye baby. lullabies are seen as silly and old-fashioned. i don't know. i like those. let's head outside to brain.
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>> firefighters have been involved in sacrificing a lot over 12 years and giving back to our military, especially since the aftermath of 9-11. now the fdny is doing something else that should get your attention. spearheading a mission to gather funds and spread the word and get other firefighters and other fire houses involved and get these track chairs for every veteran coming back who unfortunately have to use them. danny prince is a new york firefighter. lost many friends on 9-11 is spearheading these efforts. >> it's a pleasure to bely. after seeing the independence on "the o'reilly factor," firefighters grouped together and said they had to do something to pay back to the veterans that deserve the best. so we started doing different fund-raisers. mike did a big thing with the bike ride. we were enabled to buy five chairs. >> 15,000 each. >> at 15,000 each. correct. we want to spearhead with the rest of the firefighters, police departments, emt's across the
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country to get on board with us and too what they're doing. >> you saw it on o'reilley with jennifer griffin. >> god bless. >> you have five chairs and you're getting more? >> this year we raised enough money to buy five chairs so far and we'll continue our efforts to raise more money and get guys more chairs. >> guys like this, like chris jones. how are you? >> i'm good, how are you? >> nice to see you. tell me about this chair and what it allowed you to do that the others wouldn't. >> this chair obviously does not get stuck. gets me out in the woods. >> it's like a tank, isn't it? >> i call it my tonka tank. i'm amazed at what it does. definitely lot of hardships before. it's made independence in life a lot better and there is light at thend of the tunnel. >> right. something like this that they pioneered to make better and considering that what happened in the boston bombing, you had 20 people lose limbs there. >> yeah.
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that was a monstrosity. we need to get everybody these chairs, just to make life better, a better way of life, better day of living. >> i can just imagine from watching the video and talking to you, it's almost hidden freedom. >> absolutely. like i said, other chairs get stuck. this cha everything. >> how cool is it? you carry medallions, represent the nypd, fighting this war. and now coming back and giving back. >> right. i can't thank firefighters enough for what they're doing. i challenge every firefighter department, police department across the state to go across. i'd like to thank richard libner getting my chair. he's the sponsor of my chair, the independent fund. >> and jennifer griffin and bill o'reilly doing a lot of great things and you're here today. thank you so much and thank you very much for what you're all doing. you never stop giving back. i appreciate it. great to see you and happy
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veterans day to everybody and thanks for your service. back inside, elisabeth. >> certainly thankful for their service. well, it's an all too common problem. veterans come back from war to face a new battle at home. finding a job. >> this morning we're here to help. cheryl casone live with the veterans job fair. that is coming up next live from new york city. ♪ i'm overhe hill. my body doesn't work the way it used to. past my prime?
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welcome back. it is 16 minutes before the top of the hour. it's veterans day. there continues to be a sad, stat among those who fight for our freedom. >> the latest labor department
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report shows the unemployment rate among veterans is 6.9%, while the rate for post9-11 veterans is even higher at 10%. >> thankfully people are taking action. outside to talk directly with some companies looking to hire veterans at a "fox & friends" mini career fair is anchor extraordinary cheryl casone. >> good morning, brian. this is the first ever "fox & friends" mini career fair. first time we're doing this on this veterans day. why is this important? because as you mentioned, more than 700,000 veterans are still looking for jobs right now. one of them is with peter canton, with the army national guard. you were a major in the national guard. what kind of job are you look for? >> something in the field of policy analysis, potentially disaster management and preparedness. >> what was your job in the military specifically? what kind of skills did you have that you can bring? >> i was an artillery officer and became a military intelligence officer. to be honest, i think there are a lot of qualities and skills that people in the military have that are difficult to translate into the professional field
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civilian side. so things like responsibility, initiative, leadership are sort of those intangible qualities that are hard to put on a resume, but that everybody in the military pretty much has. >> things that companies absolutely should value as far as employees go. peter, i'm going to talk to some of these companies. let's start, this is hacken sack university medical center. this is karen, one of the top medical -- medical centers in the new york area. what your looking for as far as recruitment today? >> we really have found that a lot of the military jobs easily correlate over to the jobs that we have on our medical center and they're knowledge and expertise certainly can be useful to our medical center. >> how many jobs do you have available? >> approximately 250 jobs are available at our medical center and a lot of different areas, mostly clinical. we also do business, i.t., finance. >> you've got the army jacket on. what job are you looking for? >> a cook. >> okay. let's talk after the segment. i've got some jobs for you.
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they're not here today. but i have some ideas for you. our next company, this is penske. you know the trucking company. you guys lease rental trucks. what are you look for today? what jobs are open? >> we're look for diesel mechanics, truck drivers, supervisor, logistics professional, sales and customer service. >> all right. and how many jobs do you have right now open? >> right now we have 650 positions open nationwide. >> okay. pressure on, you're on national television. next one is this company. i'm interrupting interviews going on. what can i say here? mary, what kind of jobs are you looking for today? >> we're hiring for a variety of job, including power plant operators, engineering and i.t. professionals, security officers and power line mechanics. >> how many jobs do you have open now? >> we've already filed 220 positions this year with veterans and we're actively recruiting foreanother 200 jobs. >> i love it. i'm going to let you get back to your conversation and get other
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jobs. this is also usaa, another company. >> good morning. >> good morning. so what kind of jobs do you have available now? >> financial advisors, i.t. professionals, hr, facilities management, just a full range of skills found in the military. >> your company is a financial services company that is for the military. >> dedicated to the military, veterans and their families. >> how many jobs do you have open? >> we're look 5,000 large majority which will be veterans and military spouses. >> all right. >> thank you for getting out this message. >> this is great. i want to say hello to my good friend. today there's a virtual career fair for veterans. 1 to 4:00 p.m. eastern time. >> we have 50 companies, 64,000 jobs. so come on down on-line. >> kevin's gotten tens of thousands. >> 37,000. >> 37,000 veterans that this site got. if you're across the country and you're not in new york city, i can get awe job. go to that site and go to casoneexchange later today.
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i'll put everything up there as well. >> thank you very much. let's get them some jobs today. >> exactly. great work. it's the incredible moment, breath taking when war heros visit the memorials dedicated to them. our own heather childress took a ride with these veterans to washington, d.c. and has their story next. >> and it's been around since the 20s. but this year the macy's parade will look a little different. we'll show you why. ♪ [ woman ] that uncertainty of what to come. ♪ ♪
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welcome back. on this veterans day, it's so important to remember the heros who paveed the way for freedom. >> every day more than 600 world war ii veterans pass away. the honor flight network makes sure as many of them as possible can see their memorial in washington, d.c. before it's too
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late. >> and thanks to donations and thousands of volunteers, the veterans fly for free. "fox & friends" first co-host heather childress is here. you took a trip with these guys. >> it was such an an honor. i had the privilege of joining 83 world war ii veterans on the southeast florida honor flight and amazing journey. take a look. >> this memorial is just so incredibly great and makes you sit back and say, wow. to think i was lucky enough to be part of this. >> of all the things i've ever done, this is the greatest feeling about being who i am. >> this is one of the best days i'll never forget. >> they're part of the greatest generation and for many, that first moment seeing their world war ii memorial can be overwhelm
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ing. >> i never, never expected anything like this. >> each of these 83 veterans have been waiting months, some even a lifetime for this trip from west palm beach to washington, d.c. >> any of you airborne? we're going to parachute you in. >> in dc, the first stop, the marine war memorial. greg fought in the battle the iwo jima. >> it was a great feeling when they put up the first flag. it meant we had taken the high ground. those that didn't make it back. >> for many, the memories are difficult to share. that's robert clark at the tomb of the unknown soldier of the he received a purple heart after being injured at the battle of
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the bulge. you're a hero. you know that, right. >> doing my job. >> but these are no ordinary men. >> the rush of enlistments with the first sign of the american will to victory. >> i ran off from home when i was 15 years old. they said i was way too young. they said are you 17? no. get your mother's signature. i paid a bar maid 50 cents to sign my mother's signature. i was actually in pearl harbor when it was bombed. watching these airplanes. you saw the first one peel off and then the first bomb fell. >> the world war ii memorial site is massive. it's the size of a football field. here at the freedom wall of gold star, it commemorates the 400,000 americans who died and did not make it home. >> when you have lunch with these guys, you're with them, you go into combat with them, you go home and they don't.
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it is veterans day and as you can see, screen left, they're about to raise the colors on the flight deck of the uss new york. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> there you go. unbelievable that they do that simultaneously in two different locations. but they're able to sync that up. >> they're on the hudson at 45th and the west side highway. that is the uss new york, which the beam of the boat includes metal from the world trade center and then on the other side of the screen you saw the hellcats, which is the group
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from west point that have been playing music for us all day on this veterans day. >> also, didn't we do a show from the uss new york? >> we did during fleet week -- no fleet week because of the sequestration cuts. but they're open for business. we've got maria molina who has been over there and she said she stopped by, they've give you a tour. >> they won't ask for cash up front. if you had a chance to watch the sunday shows, they took note of what's happening today and in politics. somebody else who takes down notes on sunday and wallace kids still talk to him, but he wants to be ready for this appearance, bret baier on "special report." welcome back. >> good morning. >> first off, i guess governor christie was on four separate shows. what stood out for you about his appearances. same questions essentially. >> yeah. first of all, the fact that he was on four sunday shows was pretty powerful and definitely a
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rollout that he's very interested in 2016, if not all in. and i think that the questions centered around the battle inside the republican party and there will be one for the heart of the gop. he is making the case that he's a results-oriented conservative and he's getting it done and there are others who are pushing back saying that he may not be conservative enough or tied to principles enough. christie made it clear on election night that he was sending a message to his party that you have to win in order to govern. and i think that was the message he was trying to get out on all those sunday show appearances. >> good morning. he also was talking about nudging the president, level with the american people. listen to this. >> when you make a mistake, you should own up to it and apologize for it. i think people give you credit for that. the fact is that the president didn't tell the truth.
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it turned out not to be true that people could keep their insurance policies no matter what, that they could keep their doctor no matter what. and we need to confront that issue and the president needs to deal with it in a head-on way. >> i think it's beyond apologizing. do you think the president has gone as far as he will go when it comes to apologies? do you expect another one this week? >> maybe not in the form of an apology, but in the form of a delay. it's very possible. in that interview with nbc, he said they're looking at a variety of options. then they come to the point here where they get to the point where the web site is not going to be fully operational by the end of november as they once promised. and they may have to say, listen, we have to delay this. there are a number of democrats not just red state democrats up for reelection, a number saying that's what has to happen. so we're going to wait and see what develops this week. this is a big week for obamacare with the enrollment numbers coming officially at the end of the week. >> speak of enrollment numbers,
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did you see in north dakota, so far 35,000 lost their insurance. 35,000. they've been able to enroll 30 so far. also i understand darrell issa will have another hearing. i believe it will be wednesday. they asked the chief u.s. technology officer, todd park, todd, do you mind coming over and sitting down with us to explain what the heck went haywire? the white house said, sorry, he's too biggy working on the web site. darrell issa asked somebody in his back office, can we get a subpoena for this guy? is he going to show up, do we know? >> we don't know officially yet. but i expect there will be a lot of testimony this week and you will likely hear from somebody at the administration and more of this, how did this get to this point and how much money has been spent. there is still really not a definitive figure as of yet. >> that's too bad. let's move on to something else. >> that's right. so we have netanyahu on one side and john kerry on the other. brian alluded to earlier that
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they're just not on the same page when it comes to reaching a deal in terms of nuclear arms. take a listen. >> we are not blind and i don't think we're stupid. i think we have a pretty strong sense of how to measure whether or not we are acting in the interest of our country and of the globe and particularly of our allies like israel and gulf states and others in the region. >> this is a huge change from the pressure that was applied on iran through the effective sanctions regime which brought them to the table in the first place. in other words, iran gave practically nothing and it gets a hell of a lot. that's not a good deal. >> yeah. they'd be allowed to continue to enrich uranium and other things over six months as they explore other option. that seems like a big win for iran. >> this is a huge split between the u.s. and israel, at least right now. and that's why you saw u.s.
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officials going to israel on sunday to try to mend some of this. there is a big difference in opinion on this tentative interim deal with iran and you heard the prime minister of israel express that. listen, this is the newspaper in israel, how they described this developing tension. quote, if there were a map for diplomatic storms, the national weather service would be putting out a hurricane warning right now. and given that the turbulence is being caused by an issue long deemed to be critical to israel's very existence, we may actually be facing a rare category 5 flare-up, a super storm of u.s.-israeli relations. this is a big deal. >> big deal. france said there is no -- it's not stiff enough or tough enough. they're the ones that looks like blew up the whole thing. >> it is. france was the one that said, this is not working. it's not working for us. it's not work for israel.
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and they kind of blew up the p-5 plus one negotiation. so they start over and try to get it through. the fact that you're probably going to have congress step in here and say, we need additional sanctions against iran and that the administration would be in a position to defend an agreement with iran that is opposite of what israel sees and likely what congress behind me will want to step into, that's going to be a precarious position for a pretty vulnerable administration at this point. >> looks like a serious miscalculation on the part of the obama administration. all right. bret, we'll watch you tonight at 6:00 p.m. eastern time, "special report" with bret baier. >> have a good day. >> you as well. >> well, we have a fox news alert for you. brand-new video into "fox & friends." the damage caused by one of the strongest storms on record. officials now fear as many as 10,000 people are dead. but this morning there is a glimmer of hope among the
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destruction. a woman gave birth to a baby girl after clinging to a post to survive the storm. david piper live in bangkok, thailand with the very latest that. is a glimmer of hope. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning to you all. president obama has vowed that america will help the philippines in its time of need. we understand marines have flown in to the center of the destruction and also u.s. ships and aircraft are being used in a massive relief operation there now. it was early year feared that vietnam would be hit. a mass evacuation of its coast line was launched. but it seems to have missed the worst of it and the typhoon has made landfall between vietnam and china and been downgraded to a tropical storm. it's turning into a humanitarian disaster in the philippines. hundreds of thousands of people are in desperate need of food and medical supplies.
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the typhoon struck the central philippines on friday, packing winds of nearly 200 miles per hour. it left a trail of death and destruction in its wake. philippino officials fear as many as 10,000 people may have died in just one city. it was struck by a storm surge caused by the typhoon. houses were demolished and the local airport was wrecked. we also understand there are reports that perhaps as many as 2,000 people are missing on the nearby island of sumar. back to you. >> it is grim. all right. david piper live in thailand, thank you. nine minutes after the hour. time for heather nauert to tell us what else is happening around the world besides that devastating storm. >> i want to make sure i understood that. there was a lady cling to go a telephone pole and gave birth while she was there? >> apparently so. a miracle amidst such tragedy. >> what a great story. got some headlines. here is a question that so many folks are asking: why is the
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state department not using the reward for justice program to help hunt down suspects in the benghazi terrorist attack? lawmakers say they are done trying to find out the answer to this. they are now demanding that secretary of state john kerry turn over all documents that may show whether or not the department considered placing these terrorists on that list. the rewards for justice program offers cash and big cash for tips on wanted suspects. this morning we're learning more about the oregon animal sanctuary worker who was killed by one of the wildcats that she was caring for. we know 36-year-old renee chapman may have been alone inside one of the cougar cages at the time of the attack. that would be a violation of the sanctuary safety rules. those rules require that two workers be inside the cages at all times. chapman had been head keeper at the sanctuary for the past eight years. a board member says she has a good rapport with the animals. it's beginning to look a lot like thanksgiving. the famous macy's day balloons
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going over a test flight. this year's parade will feature four new floats, including sponge bob, square pants and a new snoopy float. it marks the 37th year that that character has been featured in the parade, racking up more appearances than any other cartoon of the -- >> looks like this time woodstock is riding on snoopy. >> i got to check it out. >> thank you. >> 11 minutes before the top of the hour. >> coming up, the backlog for veterans' benefits growing every day. but there is a new way we can help the heros get what they have earned. peter johnson, jr. is here to show us how. >> the windy city fighting back against the world trade center's title of tallest building in america. bring it on, chicago ♪ ho ho ho
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as we get ready to celebrate our veterans who bravely fought for our freedom, we have to ask, are they being treated the way they should be when they return from duty? here with insight and providing the research, peter johnson, jr. >> brian, they're not being treated the way they should be treated, but it was a busy veterans weekend of observances as the surviving members of the famed doolittle raid on japan that inspired americans after pearl harbor met for their final reunions this weekend. sadly as we mark the 60th anniversary of the korean birth, world war ii veterans groups are mark their final reunions. this day also marks the service
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of all those -- there is ollie north -- who served in vietnam, iraq and afghanistan, whether or not they saw combat. so when we meet veterans, today we're going to thank them for their service, but the real question becomes, is our government doing good service to them? unfortunately, it appears they're not. let's take a look at this, what the backlog is. >> for example, if you're a veteran, you need medical attention, you got 705,000-plus claims that are still pending. how does that happen? 57% of those claims pending over 125 days. and they're going to take over our health care. >> especially for wounded warrior, people who have given feet and fingers and e portions of their lives to our country and now they have to wait months and months and months. >> there were 2.5 million who served over the last 12 years and many of them need medical attention. >> it's an astounding number.
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we're just pulled to the edges in terms of our service, our national guard, everybody in this country. i saw something that i thought was really cool on this veterans day. veterans don't get what they need. a lot of them, based on a survey, don't know what they should be getting in terms of social security benefits. so if you look at social security benefits, at age 62, you would be entitled to $1,125. this is a sample. at age 66, $1,500. so if you take the money early, 1125. if you waited and you have the capacity to wait 'til 70, almost 2 thousand dollars in benefits and a larger survivor benefits. one company today only have put up free for military members and veterans a free, like $50 report they can input all their information. so you go to social security for, social security for
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other americans can do something similar, not as widespread at security benefits. >> you age, your marital status, security benefit and you'll get your formula. peter, thanks so much. >> happy veterans day. >> coming up straight ahead on our rundown, miley cyrus sparking new controversy. what she pulled out of her purse in the nation which she pulled it out of, well, that's going to be what we're talking about. and parents, get your kids out of bed for this one. two young sisters just created a replica of the mars rover. they're going to inspire your kids to reach for the stars and beyond. that's next. they're here. ♪
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time for quick headlines. on-line retailer is cranking up the competition. the postal service will deliver amazon packages on sunday in the los angeles and new york metropolitan areas at no extra charge. this thanks to a new deal they struck with the u.s. postal service. i love this. the service will expand to other cities next year. you thought vma performance was over the top. miley cyrus said i have something even better and stupider. >> you know, i couldn't fit this award in my bag, but i did find this. so thank you guys very much. >> crazy. the former disney star took a puff of what looked like to be marijuana on stage at the mtv's europe music awards in amsterdam. all right. steve, elisabeth. >> from a very bad role model to
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a good role model. >> that's right. curiousity not just the name of our mars rover, but the calling card of these two young sisters who not only taught themselves robotics, but created a remote-operated mars rover replica for the new york hall of science. they join us today with their father. we're so thankful you're here, and you brought your model with you and it's fully functioning? >> yes. >> camille, how old are you? >> 13. >> genevieve? >> 11. >> robert, how old are you? i'm kidding. >> about the same age. >> how did you even begin to think of doing something like this? i know, camille, you liked to break things apart. >> it began when i realized that electronics don't work by magic, when i was about ten. before that i thought all electronics worked by magic. so i decided to see what was inside and i began to take things apart. asked my dad what this remote
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did or how it worked. and he didn't know a lot about it, but we learned together through youtube videos, learning how to solder. >> so destructive curiousity. you figured out how things work by taking them apart. robert, as i understand it, the new york hall of science wanted to have a model and they were look at companies, professional companies to build them that. how did they get ahold of you guys? >> i'll let camille answer that. >> we decided to make a web site and to share with our friends and family what we've been doing. and the new york hall of science was looking to replace their old rover and they saw our web site and they saw that two girls were building the robot and it was a museum quality robot. >> genevieve, you have built over 30 row botts. did you come up with the first robot idea?
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>> yes. we built a robot that was modeled after a robot in the clone wars. >> you must be proud dad there. >> yeah. >> parents out there, i'm sure have daughters and sons interested in science. how do you keep them interested and engaged in it? >> the main thing i have found, it was originally their ideas and they wanted to build these things. but the key to keeping them engaged is to have them do all the work. i stay out of it. i guide the process, but genevieve here does all the electronic soldering and camille did all the machining of all the metal. and we learn it together, but get them to do the work, hands on of the that's the key. >> speaking of hands on, folks, if you're at the new york hall of science, you can actually put your hands on a gizmo and drive the things like robert is doing right now because -- this is just like the one on mars, but it's much closer. >> right. >> well done. so nice to meet you. >> what do you want to be when you grow up?
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♪ >> what a sound to start the day today on veterans day. the hellcats from west point. >> we started the day with just two musicians. we had a drummer and a piccolo player and little by little they've grown. >> they are 13 members in all and it is great they would make the trip from west point to be with us today. meanwhile, maria molina was here in our world headquarters, 48th and 6th avenue. but at the crack of dawn, she was dispatched over to the west side of manhattan where she is currently on the uss new york. good morning, maria. >> hi, good morning, steve, elisabeth and brian. hello, everyone on this veterans day. we are on the uss new york. we're located at pier 88. if you're in manhattan and you would like to come to visit this navy warship, we're here just for one day until 4:00 p.m. eastern time. so come on out and visit. before we get started, because we have a very cool, awesome helicopter behind me that we want to talk about, i want to get you in first.
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you're petty officer wright. i've been with you throughout the morning. thank you for your service. >> thank you so much. >> and for being with us today. you have a very special birthday today. >> yes, ma'am. this is my daughter, happy birthday. i love you so much. daddy be home soon. >> daddy will be home soon. and you, unfortunately, don't get to be with her today, but you'll be there soon. >> yes, ma'am. >> all right. so nice to meet you and thank you so much again. now i want to switch gears to capitularson because this is your helicopter. i feel uncomfortable calling it a helicopter because it seems so much more than that and it really is, right? can you tell me about what it's called and what you do. >> this is the super cobra, marine corps' attack helicopter. primary mission is to provide support to the marines on the ground, as well as escorting other aviation assets into the area with the marines. >> when you operate this, you wear a special helmet and that helmet actually has a target with it as well, right? >> we do. this is our helmet that we try with called hdts.
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this right here overlays on top of our eye, heads up display. allows us to swivel our gun around and fire off to where we need. >> amazing. you allowed me permission. we have been practicing because it's not as easy as it seems. here we go. here is the handle. and you have a lot going on in here, a lot of buttons that i do not want to press. >> go ahead and take off. >> we'll sit in the front seat. we've got all of our optics in the front seat. that's primarily how we target when we're out there shooting. >> very, very awesome. thank you so much. thank you for your service. let's head back to the studio. >> all right. thank you very much. and as she said, they'll be out there until 4:00 o'clock today if you are on the west side of manhattan. >> definitely. >> 27 minutes before the top of the hour.
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heather nauert has the other breaking news. >> that thing sure is impresssive. got some headlines. the dolphins offensive lineman richie incognito turning the tables in the bullying scandal involving his teammate, jonathan martin. he was suspended indefinitely amid those allegations that he bullied martin, but during an interview with fox sports, he said that the week before the allegations, it was martin who sent him a text saying that he would murder incognito's entire family. incognito said he knew it was just a joke and that is all a part of football culture. >> what i want people to know is the way jonathan and the rest of the offensive line and how our teammates, how we communicate, it's vulgar. it's not right. when the words are put in the context, i understand why a lot of eyebrows get raised. but people don't know how john and i communicate to one another. >> he's expected to meet with nfl investigators later this week.
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the windy city fightingrld t building title. the rules currently state that only spiers that are an essential part of the design can count toward its height. the world trade center spire went through design changes and now disqualify it from being america's tallest building. so if that's the case, chicago's willis tower will remain the tallest building in the america. the issue is expected to be settled by a group of architects tomorrow. oh, boy. what a debate that must be. forget about relacking after your thanksgiving meal. you'll be too busy shopping. more stores are announcing they'll open their doors earlier than last year. toys r us opening at 5:00 o'clock on thanksgiving day. and target will open at 8 p.m there is more pressure on all these retailers this year because that period between thanksgiving and christmas is shorter than last year. and those are your headlines at this hour. brian, what you got? >> let me tell you what's happening in sports. let's begin with football. this is a review for elisabeth who watched all the games.
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the saints host the cowboys, drew brees and the offense set the record. saints go up 35-17 there. 52-yard down. brees wasn't done. fourth touch done, 42-17. they win by a final score of 49-17. let's move on. ravens hosting cincinnati bengals. best catch of the day is from cincinnati. you'll see it. guess who is part of it. andy dalton. green makes the catch. we have to have overtime. and that's when the ravens would win. tucker with the field goal. ravens prevail 20-17. last night, george washington secret six, i want to salute all the historians who gave us their support. don yeager, my co-author, peter king showed up. then we had some others as i
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mentioned before. these are some other people that showed up. that's my family that's gathered there. these are some of the historians that helped us out and gave us great research. they have museums throughout long island. i'll be on long island. only a couple book signings in huntington new york at 7:00 o'clock. hope to see you there. doocy will be joining me in ridgewood, new jersey, i think. right now steve is doing something extremely important. >> he is. hey, steve. >> hey. it is veterans day and today as we honor our veterans, many companies are holding special promotions for the men and women who have served our country. great clips salon is doing their part with a sheer is a sleuth. joining us is rob. >> thanks for having us. >> this is something brand-new. you want to thank the veterans by doing what? >> today is all about honoring the veterans. with great clip, we'd like to offer this opportunity to all of
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our customers, we're doing that in two different ways. one is veterans can go into any u.s. great clips salon and get a free hair cut. the other is when nonmilitary customers come in to great clips salon w a paid service, we'll give these a great clip, give them a free hair cut card, they can pass this along to any veteran they know. and that veteran are cost bring it back in to redeem it for a free hair cut before december 30. >> you've got until the end of the year to redeem it? >> yeah. for all of our customers, we make it easy for them to find a great clips with our on-line check in app. it shows you all the great clips location, the wait time at each great clips. click the icon and check yourself in. >> that's fantastic. very good. let's come on over here to this guy. what's your name? >> kevin. >> and what branch of the military? >> in the army. >> very good. and what is veterans day mean to you? >> means service and giving thanks to the people that went
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before us and currentsly serving. i say off beautiful hed of hair. >> thank you. so do you. >> and today you get a free hair cut. >> nice. thank you. >> very good. and sir, you are? >> joe mooney and bill mooney is here. >> that's great. you served in world war ii. >> up in greenland. >> very good. they have a hair cut from great clips. >> yes. >> all right. very nice. i think you could use one. >> i could probably use one. once again, if people would like more information, go to our web site. rob from great clips, thank you very much for joining us live. it's for men and women who served in the military. >> absolutely, yes. >> there you go. thank you very much. all right, back inside we go. brian, elisabeth. >> sit down and get a hair cut. 21 minutes before the top of the hour. >> the "new york times" launching a full court press to protect the president in the wake of the botched obamacare rollout.
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web sites like my, overflowing with photos of people who lost their health insurance, it's hard to dispute the president broke this campaign promise. >> if you like your insurance plan, you will keep it. no one will be able to take that away from you. if you're one of the more than 250 million americans who already have health insurance, you will keep your health insurance. if you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. if you like your healthcare plan, you will be able to keep your healthcare plan, period. >> don't tell the "new york times." it calls their loss of health care coverage an overblown controversy that has obscured the crux of what health care reform is trying to do and
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blames republicans for stoking consumer fears and confusion. but the charges that the healthcare reform law is causing insurers to cancel policies. the opinion quotes mr. obama clearly spoke when he said that, end quote. michael goodwin is a pulitzer prize winner journalist who voted for president obama in 2008 and a fox news contributor. always a fresh, honest take in your writing. what is to come of the "new york times" if they continue to essentially be a cover for what's going on in the administration when it comes to obamacare? >> well, i should mention, too, i have two dogs in this hunt because i worked at the "new york times" for many years. so i've seen it from both sides. the times that i worked for no longer exists. this is now a propaganda sheet for the president. when they say he misspoke instead of calling it what it is, a lie, what they're doing is covering up for him to make him look better and we've stein it time and time again.
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i argue this is bad for the country. it's bad for the president. it's bad for the country. it's bad for the times, of course. but this idea that we can't even cover the facts. we have to cover up for the president no matter what he says or does always to make him look good, i think harms the nation because the times is still a very powerful instrument in journalism, a lot of media organizations take their cues from the times if the times covers it, it's news. if they don't cover it, it's not news. and so when the times in this way and editorial page goes out to cover up for the president's mistakes and lies, tries to downplay it, attack republicans all the time, it's crossed over from being a liberal newspaper to being a propaganda arm of the president. >> why this president? you say this wasn't the times you knew. >> i think the standards have just changed there. i think the paper -- the paper has always been somewhat liberal, which that's fine. i work for a more conservative paper. but the idea that you turn it
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into partisanship, that you're always out there fronting for the president, it's no longer about the political ideology. it's about the person. it's about an anti-attack always on the other side, as though you're defending the person rather than the principle. >> this is offending those who lost their policies by calling what the president said a misspeaking -- he misspoke. but when it comes to benghazi, fast and furious, irs, targeting conservatives, other news outlets have come forward and finally put real information out there. are they at risk for suffering a true credibility crisis here? >> i believe they are. i believe that -- it's that old joke, who are you going to believe, me or your lying eyes? the country can see what's happening with obamacare. the country sees these stories of individuals who have lost their healthcare despite what the president promised. they've seen the prices go up. they've seen all kinds of confusion about what's really going on. for the times to blame it on
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republicans, say basically it's overblown and that the president just misspoke, i think passes over into an area where nobody believes the times and therefore, that hurts the president. i argued that the president should tell the times, look, at least be somewhere be better for both of us. i think he's sort of stayed above gravity because of this kind of support that doesn't admit any facts. >> are you saying the president himself could be harmed by the "new york times" actually defending him? >> i think in this case you take an example of this where the times downplays the significance of something like this. it destroys the credibility of the paper, but also makes the president look foolish because it's as though you can't admit the truth, you can't see the truth. nobody can know the truth. the president walks on water. that's not what we expect of our president. we know our presidents are humans. obamacare himself apologized somewhat.
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for the times not to admit it damages them and the president. >> do they have a chance to recover? >> every day they have a new edition that they can come out and start to cover the healthcare thing like it's really happening. cover benghazi. cover the irs targeting of conservatives. don't just act as though they're political controversies and therefore, you have to defend the president and attack republicans. not everything is so neatly partisanship. but the times has turned everything into a partisan battle and it always chooses the same side. >> maybe tomorrow is a fresh start. >> hope springs eternal. >> thanks for being here with us. >> my pleasure. >> up next, this navy officer brought down the house with his world series rendition of "god bless america" and this morning we're honored because he's back by popular demand to perform for us this very veterans day. first, we'll check in with martha mccallum for what's coming up at the top of the hour. good morning. >> hey there. good morning. we look forward to that. there are more subsidies being discussed, more fixes and the cost of obamacare just keeps
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creeping higher and higher. would it have been cheaper to just write checks to the uninsured for coverage? will obamacare end up helping republicans perhaps in 2014? new poll numbers on that. brit hume is here. richie incognito speaks out and what he said may surprise you. bill and i will see you at the top of the hour great. this is the last thing i need.) seriously? let's take this puppy over to midas and get you some of the good 'ol midas touch. hey you know what? i'll drive! i really didn't think this through. brakes, tires, oil, everything. (whistling) [ male announcer ] at progresso, we lieve the second chapter of your life should be just as bold as the first. try the new bold flavors of heart healthy so from progresso. like, scoring the perfect table?
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his song honoring our heros during this year's world series gave stadium guests goose bumps. remember this? ♪ god bless america ♪ ♪ my home sweet home
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>> awesome. this morning back by popular demand, retired navy petty officer first class generald wilson. >> you did it. >> you do have a hard name. your mother said, you make sure he does it right. >> that's right. >> your mom taught you how to sing? >> yes. she sings all the time. she still sings. you go to her house and she's like hey, i want to be on your cd. >> tell her who your agent is. >> i know the calls are coming in. when you sing a song, the last time you said it's like a prayer. it is a prayer. tell everybody what the song means and really what veterans day means to you. >> veterans day, of course, the whole nation pretty much knows what it means. it's to appreciate and acknowledge the veterans before us and the veterans now that went out and fought for this
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great country. and are still fighting for this country. "god bless america," me being a christian, is a we to sing a prayer -- way to sing a prayer. a loft people say, well, god bless america, but america needs to bless god. that's true, but we still need to acknowledge that it's god that helps us. >> now you can help us by giving your rendition of the star spangled banner. >> "god bless america." >> that's right. ♪ god bless america ♪ land that i love ♪ stand beside her and guide her ♪ ♪ through the night with the light from above ♪ ♪ from the mountains to the
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ a day to remember, a day to honor on this, the 11th day of the 11th month. >> that's right. we are so thrilled and honored that general, you could be hear and your heart comes through the song, "god bless america" when you sang for us. to just give a pulse today to
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the service and our thankfulness to those in this nation is remarkable. thank you for being here, to all those who served. >> and thank you so much for watching. hemmer and mccallum are next and don't forget, the after the show show coming your way. bill: thank you, guys, good morning. a whole new week. stunning news out of southeast asia. 10,000 fear dead, entire towns washed away. one of the most powerful storms to hit land destroys parts of the philippines. look at new pictures and devastation from the air. u.s. marines are now on the ground. they're getting supplies, the survivors can be nearly impossible. too many images to go through today. good morning, i'm bill hemmer on a monday as we start a new week. welcome to "america's newsroom." martha: unbelievable images. good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. a marine commander said, every house he saw was destroyed and quote, bodies everywhere. bill:


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